I'm currently the Senior Digital Designer at MOBI, an Aotearoa-based SaaS company working with the hospitality industry worldwide
MOBI is the digital partner of hospitality, an enterprise-grade ecosystem for restaurant brands.
In 2022, after securing series C funding, we rolled out a new company name and identity. The design team ensured MOBI maintained a consistent look for our global customer base.
Here's a selection of graphics showing how we operate as a leader in the digital hospitality space.MOBIHQ.COM ⇨
I work closely with clients to integrate their brand identity with MOBI's white-label digital ordering system.
The UI/UX is customised so their users receive a seamless ordering experience across multiple platforms including desktop, mobile, kiosks, and QR table ordering.
Check out our implementation for Carl's JR Australia ⇨
Once a year MOBI runs Rocket Launch, an internal hackathon where we rapidly develop new features for our customers.
In 2022 my team created a prototype for integration with GETCHANGE.IO to allow guests to round up their change and donate it to a social cause of the restaurant's choosing.
two/fiftyseven is a creative co-working space with the mantra: "a supportive place to ____________ together."
Where the local community fills in the blank.
Contributing artist Xoë Hall summed it up best: "The better future we dream of is already real life at 2/57; the beating heart of a future Wellington world."
I work out of this space, help look after their plants and maintain the website using Webflow.
For the opening exhibition, I designed the brochure collating submissions from 17 artists across Aotearoa.twofiftyseven.co ⇨
In 2018—19 I was the Art Director and Digital Designer for this Hong Kong based youth fashion web store run via Shopify.
Shown here are some editorial campaigns used for on-site, social media, and email direct marketing.
These campaigns were made in collaboration with the photographer Amiee Oh ⇨
PALS, a streetwear label in Niseko, Japan, ran a community clean up event. I designed this tote bag as a gift for volunteers who signed up to help out.
It reads "THANK YOU For not using a plastic bag."
In 2022 I completed an online Permaculture Living Course. I'm grateful to have a garden space where I'm planting for abundance and putting the teachings into practice.
I'm now exploring ways of bringing the core principles into my design practice: Earth Care, People Care, and Fair Share.
The course was run out of Australia by Milkwood ⇨